The act of imputing or recharging; attribution; ascription.
That which happens to be imputed or recharged.
Charge or attribution of evil; censure; reproach; insinuation.
A setting of one thing towards account of; the attribution of private guilt or individual righteousness of some other; since, the imputation associated with sin of Adam, or perhaps the righteousness of Christ.
Opinion; intimation; hint.
The act of imputing or recharging; attribution; ascription: as, the imputation of wrong motives.
That which is imputed or recharged; especially, an attribution of one thing censurable or bad; censure; reproach.
The incorrect ascription of impact to cause: because, the imputation of an ailment to witchcraft.
the attribution to a source or cause
a statement attributing something dishonest (especially a criminal offense)